New York Mets vs Texas Rangers Stats

Team Offense

New York Mets Team Offense Texas Rangers
115 Games Played 114
4,384 Plate Appearances 4,274
3,903 At-Bats 3,876
552 Runs Scored 511
1,011 Hits 934
195 Doubles 163
21 Triples 13
116 Home Runs 138
525 Runs Batted In 483
40 Stolen Bases 88
17 Caught Stealing 27
354 Walks 330
869 Strikeouts 1,010
.259 Batting Average .241
.330 On-Base Percentage .303
.409 Slugging Percentage .397
0.739 OPS 0.700
109 OPS+ 100
1,596 Total Bases 1,537
84 Grounded Into Double Play 55
818 Left on Base 726

When comparing offenses, New York has compiled an OBP of .330 while Texas sits at .303. The Mets have earned a team batting average of .259 and the Rangers have an average of .241. With respect to striking out at the plate, Texas has accumulated 1,010 for the year, and New York has 869. Over the course of the season, the Mets have the better offense, sporting an average of 4.8 runs per game. Holding a total of 1,011, the Mets have earned more hits than the Rangers for the year. The New York Mets Texas Rangers on the year having earned a total of 552.

Team Pitching

New York Mets Team Pitching Texas Rangers
3.6 Runs Allowed Per Game 4.5
75 Wins 51
40 Losses 63
.652 Win-Loss Percentage .447
3.45 Earned Run Average (ERA) 4.1
0 Complete Games 1
16 Team Shutouts 8
0 Complete Game Shutouts 1
33 Saves 26
1,027 Innings Pitched 1,014
895 Hits Allowed 927
419 Runs Allowed 513
394 Earned Runs Allowed 461
121 Home Runs Allowed 117
313 Walks Allowed 404
9 Intentional Walks Allowed 12
1,104 Strikeouts 939
52 Balks 52
20 Wild Pitches 49
4,240 Batters Faced 4,340
2 Balks 6
116 ERA+ 96
3.57 FIP 4.12
1.175 WHIP 1.313
7.8 Hits Allowed Per 9 Innings 8.2
1.1 Homeruns Allowed Per 9 Innings 1.0
2.7 Walks Per 9 Innings 3.6
9.7 Strikeouts Per 9 Innings 8.3
3.5 Strikeout to Walk Ratio 2.3
750 Left on Base 802

The New York Mets have given up less runs per game than the Texas Rangers for the year, with a rate of 3.64. With 895, the Mets haven’t conceded as many base hits as the Rangers so far this year. So far this season, New York has more dominant pitchers, holding a team ERA of 3.45. Regarding striking out their opponent, the Mets have a total of 1,104 on the season while the Rangers have recorded 939. The Rangers have a more superior pitching staff when talking about allowing the long ball with 117. In regard to pitching statistics, New York owns a WHIP of 1.175 and Texas is at 1.313. New York has accounted for more saves than Texas so far this season having earned a total of 33. Having earned 64, the New York Mets have notched more holds than the Texas Rangers for the year. Over the course of the season, New York is the better of these two bullpens in reference to save percentage coming in at 70%. In the matter of base runners inherited, the Mets have tallied 137 this season, while the Rangers have 139.

Team Bullpen

New York Mets Team Relief Pitching Texas Rangers
340 Games in Relief 384
115 Games Finished 113
21 Wins in Relief 23
15 Losses in Relief 29
47 Save Opportunities 45
33 Saves 26
14 Blown Saves 19
70.0% Save Percentage 58.0%
112 Save Situations 102
64 Holds 57
137 Inherited Runners 139
53 Inherited Runners Scored 45
39.0% Inherited Score Percentage 32.0%
.975 Average Leverage Index 1.001
100 High Leverage Situations 124
83 Medium Leverage Situations 100
157 Low Leverage Situations 160
205 Times Entered With Lead 156
46 Times Entered in Tie 67
89 Times Entered When Behind 161
101 Inherited Runners 92
239 Times Entered With Bases Empty 292
108 Multiple Inning Appearances 119

Team Fielding

New York Mets Team Fielding Texas Rangers
.696 Defensive Efficiency .697
4,110 Defensive Chances 4,174
3,083 Putouts 3,042
976 Assists 1,062
51 Errors 70
96 Double Plays 93
.988 Fielding Percentage .983

The New York Mets have notched more putouts than the Texas Rangers this season having accumulated 3,083. Having racked up 51, New York has less errors than Texas so far this year. Over the course of the season, New York has the more effective defense, having a fielding percentage of .988. Regarding assists, the Mets are sitting with 976 this season, and the Rangers have 1,062.